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12,439 posts. Alias of Signore di Fortuna.


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R&T:
Esia applies the same cream to Rhadaya's hair, straightening it. "Some people are protective of their families, I guess. If someone you didn't know was asking to meet you, wouldn't you be a little worried?"

AitF:
The trio of women end up at Meacham's Carpentry, owned and run by a middle-aged human named Alvis Meacham. He greets the three young women while sanding a piece of wood. "What can I do for you today?"

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And I'm gonna call it a night. Wow, lots of posts though :)


R&T:
"Really? That's great," Esia says, starting to snip some hair off. "You seem to make friends easily, Tesia."


R&T:
Esia gets a fresh bowl of water and starts working on Rhadaya's hair. "So, you two seem like you've known each other for a while."


Have a good night. Karen's already passed out on the couch.


R&T:
"I can do both," Esia says. "I only charge for the haircut."


Daughter of the Damned:
"Iawn, mae hynny'n swnio'n iawn. A fyddaf yn cael fy bwa hun?" Gwen asks as they head back to the inn.

Elven:
"Okay, that sounds fine. Will I get my own bow?"


R&T:
Esia smiles. "I'm just glad...for everything."


Might have to wait until Monday.

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R+T:
"Anything I can do for you?" Esia asks Rhadaya.

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AitF:
"Oh, and Kama..." Asha says to the hijra. "I would like to speak with you later...privately. Don't worry, it's nothing bad."

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Into the Woods:
Marcel gives Rajni a nod. "Family always comes first. I wish I had learned that sooner, but enjoy your night. I should see to Amelie and Gerard, they've been quite...distracted lately."

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AitF:
"She has a kind heart, but, since you will be staying with us for a good while, perhaps you would enjoy having your own things," Asha tells Kama. She fishes a pouch out from behind the counter. "This is twenty gold. It should buy you a fine bed at the carpenter's and perhaps some other necessities. Elena, if you are feeling better, please take Kama around town."

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AitF:
Asha kisses Rajni's forehead. "I love you with all my heart, Rajni. You have done nothing but show kindness to others and help Elena. I couldn't ask for more."

She smiles at Kama. "I shall prepare one of our spare rooms. But...I shall need to buy a new bed."

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Glad I could help :P

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AitF:
Asha puts a hand on Rajni's shoulder. "You are family, Rajni. In every way, you are my daughter. Since this is a family matter, please stay."

She then turns to Kama. "Elena has always been a good judge of character. Drago is a good man, even if he is a bit aloof. She brought me a new daughter, whom I love and trust. This a new land where Nara and Mahila do not matter, but the Nara have taught things which I know would be destructive to Elena. I do not know my daughter's intentions, but I will trust her as I always have as long as you do not fill her mind with poisonous dogma. You honor my home, hijra, and you are welcome here until you prove yourself unworthy of our hospitality. If Rajni can trust you, then I will do the same."

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You can ask GMV, he just started working with CenturyLink.

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AitF:
Asha clears her throat. "In our culture, there are people who are special that we look up to for guidance. We call them hijra. To insult them is to insult our faith, whether they are good people are bad. We believe they are blessed to do what is right for every vishkanya. Of course, I am of a different mind these days."

She looks at Kāma again. "Are you Nara or Mahila?"


Eh, Comcast hasn't been that bad for me, but I've only recently gotten into playing games with others on Steam.


R&T:
"It's alright. I haven't had a hug in a long time," Esia says. "If it helps letting it all out, just do that then."


R&T:
"It's a hug," Esia says. "You can just hug me back, if you like."


Daughter of the Damned:
"Efallai gallwn ddechrau gyda'r bwa," Gwen says, taking her mothers' hands.

Elven:
"Maybe we can start with the bow."


R&T:
The elf wordlessly pulls Tesia into a tight hug. "I'm not upset. I'm just really happy that you're happy."


It's all about flavor. Optimization is good, but it just depends on what you want the feel of the character to be. It's unlikely that Gwen would be a magus, with a ranger and a sorceress as her parents. With her spell-like abilities, she might become a Cavern Sniper (Drow fighter archetype).


R&T:
Esia looks down at her closed hand, tears falling down her cheek. "Thank you, Tesia."


Daughter of the Damned:
Gwen gets a hopeful look on her face. "Efallai y gallwch ddechrau dysgu fi, mam?"

Elven:
"Maybe you can start teaching me, mother?"

AitF:
Asha drops what she's doing and approaches the trio. "Priya, get a cold cloth. Thank you, Rajni, for looking out for your sister. Oh, dear Elena, what's wrong?"

She looks at her daughter, distress on her face. "Relax, Elena. And who are you, stranger?"

She looks at Kāma with shrewd eyes. "You look familiar."


R&T:
"Sure," Esia says, undoing the braid. "Your hair is still long enough so you can do this without having to reach backwards. Just take your hair and divide it into three parts. You leave the middle part where it is and then all you do is go one end over the other until you reach the back of your head."

After rebraiding Tesia's hair, the elf pulls a wooden clip with an eagle carved into it and hands it to the half-elf. "This is good for keeping the braid in place in case you don't have time to finish it at once. Half-braids are pretty too, anyway."


Arrow:
"Nimoy is very observant," Ardego says, touching the bird's head with a finger. "Crossbows, short bows, long bows...it's all the same to me. The important thing is hitting the mark, am I right? I'll get a few targets out for you."

The ranger gets up and pulls two targets from the watchtower's interior, setting them up about thirty feet away from Tarja and Drago. "Have at it."

Ardego resumes his place on the wall and watches.


R&T:
Esia nods. "When kids are given nothing but praise, they grow up spoiled. But, yes, praise should be given in equal measure with criticism. From what I'm gathering, your power comes from your emotions. I think he's been teaching you to control your emotions so you can control your power. Heck, I might be wrong, wouldn't be the first time. Aaaand done."


The Daughter of the Damned:
Nah, just sounded cool.

"Beth 'an dewin drwg?" Gwen asks.

Elven:
"What's a Necromancer?"


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The Daughter of the Damned:
Gwen hugs Cyna back and smiles. "Yr wyf yn falch gen i ddau famau cryf i gymryd gofal i mi. Un diwrnod, yr wyf yn gobeithio i fod mor gryf ag y ddau ohonoch. Alla i ddysgu ffyrdd y bwa a hud a lledrith?"

Elven:
"I am glad that I have two strong mothers to take care of me. One day, I hope to be as strong as both of you. Can I learn the ways of the bow and magic?"

The Path of the Arrow:
Drago and Tarja come upon a hooded man, sitting on one of the walls of watchtower. A bird of prey sits upon his shoulder. "Evening, warriors. You did well against the ogres."

R&T:
Esia makes a few more snips before washing out Tesia's hair. "The best parents are the ones who enforce discipline, virtue and propriety in their children. Dwarves aren't known for being overly coddling, they are an exacting folk. If you forge a sword with shoddy metal, you get a shoddy sword that would break at a moment's notice. Perhaps he thinks of you like one of his own but doesn't know how to express that in a way that most people would understand. If you want to start making changes in your life, talk to him first and see where you both really stand. If you don't talk, you don't understand where the other is coming from. It's some crazy idea of mine that we should try and see things from the other person's perspective. A lot of people agree with the idea but they hardly put it into practice. Hang on, I'm going to be tugging on your hair a bit, just tell me if it hurts because that's not what I'm aiming to do."

Tesia feels her hair being pulled gently. "I think a braid would look nice on you. It'll show off your pretty face and, no, I'm not being negative about my own appearance. I'm learning to live with the way I look. Like your friend said, it's what's on the inside that counts."


R&T:
Esia rubs some thick cream into Tesia's hair. "You're fine, sweetie. It's nice to have people to talk to. So where are you two from?"


That is the cuteness.


Con:
Harthing nods. "We have a watchtower to the south of town, beyond the temple. Though we hardly have the people to keep it manned, it is used as a training ground for the guards. You can ask for Xelin Ardego, he's our master ranger. He should be able to get you situated."

Gwen runs up to her mothers lying on the grass. She blushes and giggles as she looks at them. "Mae'n ymddangos eich bod mewn hwyliau da, felly mae'n debyg eich bod wedi ennill yn erbyn y bwystfilod."

Elven:
"You seem to be in a good mood, so I guess you won against the monsters."


Waiting on Sig to climb out of the pit.


There are benches along the street.


Well, there goes my plans for sleep.


We will be out as usual for most of the day on Sunday, so no worries.


Even though he was the worst character in the Street Fighter games, I have always liked Dan.


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Just about 1000 more and we take 2nd.


Also forgot to notice that we've been playing this game for two years as of the 2nd of March :P


Con:
You eventually return to the refugee camp with your spoils. Harthing looks quite impressed.


It's not going anywhere :P


Victory entertainment! (Taco Bell Mild Sauce NSFW)


Well, we've hit 25k posts in gameplay. The 25,000th being mine :P


R&T:
Esia picks up on the half-elf's glance. She moves her hair aside to reveal her half-scarred face. "I came from Sirrion. I was captured by slavers about a decade or so ago and this is how they decided to show that they were better than me. I was rescued by some of my kin, but, with my face like this, it was hard to be with them again. They just looked at me with pity and no one found me attractive anymore. So I left and learned how to cut hair, tried to make a new life for myself but, everywhere I went, it was always the same. 'How can anyone so ugly do anything to make people look better?' People didn't think I heard that question, but I did, many many times. I found people headed here who were so absorbed in their own miseries that they paid no attention to me. The paladins helped set up my shop, but...like I said, no one's come in until now."

She begins snipping away at the dead ends of Tesia's hair. "I just want to do something that makes people happy. It chips away at everything I've been through when I see people smile. That's why I was a bit too friendly, I think."


T+R:
"You know, cutting your hair isn't going to give you any answers," Esia says. "You'll have to figure out those for yourself."


R&T:
Esia returns with a basin full of water that she sets on a table. "A lot of people have come to Valwick to leave their lives behind, but cutting one's hair means starting over for some people. Despite the fact that they're in some land far from where home used to be, I guess people can't let go."

The elf gently washes the salt from the sea out of Tesia's hair. "My story isn't interesting."


R&T:
"I'm getting used to people too...well, ones who don't like to hurt others for fun anyway," Esia says, guiding Tesia to a chair. "You probably don't want to hear my sob story anyway. Walk outside and you'll hear a million of them. Just take a seat and let me get a basin. You'd be surprised how many people don't want haircuts. I opened my shop last week and you are my first customer. I just got so tired of waiting, I fell asleep on the couch."


Con (The Haul):
11 greatclubs (large), 49 javelins (large), 10 hide armors (large), 13 potions of CLW, 1 potions of CMW, bag of tricks (gray), 2 chain shirts (large), full plate (large), mwk greatsword (large), +1 brawling chain shirt, +1 ogre hook, two +1 greataxes (large), 3 cloaks of resistance +1, 3 rings of protection +1, a bloody wooden mask, 519 gp

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